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Originally posted by conspiracyrus
reply to post by Esoterica
.... what are you talking about ... Until you posted this was a discussion im assuming your intention was to turn this into mudslinging? id prefer if youd stop inciting and add discussion rather than rhetoric and obvious bigotry.
This is just disgusting People have a right to say what they want about the government but this was just somebody doing their job in hard times. Just disgusting
Originally posted by IntastellaBurstBut its sad, a guy being killed probably for just doing his job. Getting strung up by some slack jawed yocal's, cause they thought he looked all fancy walking around playing with his " puter".
The FBI is still trying to determine if there was foul play involved ?? haha
Originally posted by badgerprints
Probably more going on here than meets the eye.
Don't jump to any conclusions before the facts are uncovered.
[edit on 053030p://f36Wednesday by badgerprints]
These people are dangerous, and need to be put down like the dogs they are. If the FBI go in in force then, in this, I support them. The killers are undeserving of our support, understanding, or anything else that would even tenuously connect real patriotism with this crime.
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